- Nana Ama McBrown has dropped a hilarious new video on social media
- The video has McBrown scrambling for a pack of biscuits in their kitchen
- The chase after the biscuit was part of the #dontleavemechallenge video they were doing
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Star actress, Nana Ama McBrown, has warmed hearts on social media after sharing a video of her playing with her stepchildren and others.
The video has McBrown and her stepson, Chauncey Mensah, stepdaughters, Phoebe Mensah and Nikita McBrown, and others joining the #dontleavemechallenge.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, McBrown is seen with the children, six in number, standing inside what looks like a kitchen.
The actress is then heard saying "I am Mc and this is berry" as she puts the berries on a plate with everybody picking some.
She later shouts, "so Mc and berry is what?". As the children reply, McBrown picks up a pack of McBerry biscuits in front of her and tries to run away.
The children chase her and even get some of the biscuits to fall on the ground.
The funny video, which could even qualify as a TV commercial for the biscuits, was shared by McBrown on Sunday, 20 July 2020.
Sharing the video, McBrown wrote:
This is My World #Family @officialchaunceymensah @iamnikitamcbrown @iampheobemensah. #dontleaveme @mcberrybiscuitsgh.
McBrown's hilarious video with her stepchildren has gone viral. 16 hours after it was posted, the video has over 200,000 views, 50,000 likes, and almost 2000 comments.
Many of the actress' followers have been laughing and expressing their excitement about the video.
The #dontleavemechallenge video comes after the celebrated actress and TV personality organised a birthday party for her stepdaughter, Phoebe Mensah.
Phoebe turned a year older on 21 June and her stepmother decided to celebrate her in style.
Coming just a few weeks after the birthday of Phoebe's brother, Chauncey, the celebration was a combined one for the two.
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